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  • Specialize in eye and vision care
  • Diagnosis and treating a range of conditions, such as crossed eyes and nasolacrimal duct obstruction
  • Some specialize further to treat difficult conditions, like pediatric cataracts


Ophthalmologists are doctors that specialize in eye and vision care, diagnosing and treating a wide variety of eye conditions. They also perform eye surgery and can prescribe eyeglasses and/or contact lenses to correct vision issues. Additionally, an ophthalmologist can recognize problems in the eye that aren’t directly related, which can result in a referral to another doctor for treatment. Some ophthalmologists also choose to specialize even further and focus on an area of study that allows them to deal with even more difficult conditions for specific groups of patients.


Proliance ophthalmologists deal with a wide variety of eye-related issues, such as:


Eyelid Lesions

Such as styes, chalazion, and hordeolum

Eye Muscles

Strabismus (crossed eyes)

Misaligned eyes, such as crossed eyes, crossed in, crossed out, and misaligned up or down


Pediatric Cataracts

Tear duct

Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction



For adult and pediatric comprehensive eye care